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The Messy Reformation

Jason Ruis

Welcome to The Messy Reformation Substack community—a hub for all who desire reformation in the CRCNA. Access exclusive resources, insightful articles, and engaging podcasts that will equip you to lead in this reformation.

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Latest Issues

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Episode 176: A New Generation of Reformers - Cultivating Theological Depth in Youth Discipleship - Gavin Schaefer

> “You are the church. If you’re a veteran saint, it might be time to empower the young people around you, give them the responsibility they’re called to…Give them something…If you’re a young person…when I say the CRC listens…that doesn’t j...

21 days ago

Episode 175: Prepare for Synod - Equipping Joyful Warriors - Jason Ruis

> "The spirit works as you're reading the agenda for synod. And the spirit works in you as you're going through the overtures of your committee, the spirits working in you as you're having conversations with other believers trying to figure...

a month ago

Episode 174: Prepare for Synod - Glorifying God through Synod Leadership - Willy Krahnke

> "The deliberation process of synod is worship. The congregational prayer in your churches is worship. The sermon you hear on a Lord's Day is worship…When synod meets and synod deliberates, when synod argues, when synod comes to resolution...

a month ago

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  • Jason Ruis

    Husband and Father. Lead Pastor of Faith Community Christian Reformed Church in Beaver Dam, WI. Founder of The Messy Reformation Podcast.

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